Axis provides a full range of E-Discovery services and has become a trusted choice by law firms and corporations throughout the Midwest. We have the experience and knowhow to get you the results you need quickly and efficiently. Our team will work alongside your legal counsel to develop a comprehensive end-to-end solution that will mitigate risk and reduce overall exposure throughout the discovery process.

The following describes how our team can assist in the E-Discovery process:

We recognize that each case is unique and requires a strategic approach when developing a thorough E-Discovery workflow. Our goal is to get your case to the finish line in the most efficient and cost-effective way possible. Axis believes that a successful E-Discovery strategy consists of developing the right workflow, employing skilled personnel and utilizing the right tools.

Our team will work alongside your organization from the assessment and identification of electronic data through the production of responsive content. If testimony is required, our experts are prepared and qualified to provide expert testimony regarding both digital forensics and E-Discovery matters. Our process is streamlined so that our clients can get the end result while keeping costs at a minimum.

Finally, Axis is more than an E-Discovery vendor. We work with our clients to ensure that they are fully educated on the process from start to finish. We make it our mission to provide our clients with the information necessary to ensure a defensible and cost effective E-Discovery strategy.

The following are the key areas where we can help:

  • Data Assessment & Identification
  • Collection & Preservation
  • Data Reduction & Processing
  • Hosting & Review
  • Production

  • Electronic Discovery Reference Model

    The EDRM, short for Electronic Discovery Reference Model is an industry standard set of processes that have helped E-Discovery consumers and providers reduce the cost, time and manual work associated with E-Discovery. The key processes and steps involved deal specifically with the identification, preservation, review and production of data stored in electronic formats. Examples of types of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) include email, instant messages, word processing documents, databases and any other electronic data sources containing potentially relevant content.